August Update

Hey Everyone!!

Here with another update! I know it’s been a while, but ya girl been busy haha. Hope you enjoy my quick listen. I think I’m getting better on the microphone too! #thisiswhatdepressionlookslike

Blog Update

Hello everyone. I’m posting in the middle of the night because I cannot sleep. Police brutality needs to stop. Innocent black people are being killed every single day. It’s scary to think that every time a story like this comes out, A lot of people don’t see the harm in it. No matter what we do, we’re constantly being attacked and killed like we’re animals. We can’t even jog in our own neighborhood, shop at our local stores, or even live in the comfort of our own home without being attacked and murdered. We are constantly being micromanaged on how we handle things and try to get justice. We try to kneel down and peacefully protest for a few years and was constantly criticized. Nothing has changed since that has happened and we are really angry about it. Now we fight. For any protesters, people that are donating, and people that are advocating on social media I would like to say thank you. Thank you for not only standing up for what you believe in, thank you for standing up for what’s right. I made an audio updating the status of my blog and the mental health awareness post that I have left. I promise I will get my last few out in the next couple of days. I hope that you understand that this time is not easy for me. I’m still trying to heal from everything that’s been going on. Thank you for your patience and be safe. All lives can’t matter if black lives don’t. #thisiswhatdepressionlookslike

Mental Health Awareness interview with Semaj & Draya (Black Ink Chicago) Part 1

Hello guys! My brother interview Draya from Black ink Chicago using our mental health awareness questionnaire! He also answered the questions. I really enjoyed this. Here’s the first part. I’ll upload the rest once the website allows me to haha ❤️ #thisiswhatdepressionlookslike

Part One.

Mental Health Awareness month questionnaire ( My answers ❤️)

Hello guys! As you know, I recently talked about my questionnaire I have for mental health awareness month. I decided to make a video of me answering these questions. I was a little nervous at first but I realize my transparency will help out others that may want to talk about these topics ,but may not be comfortable with doing so. I hope that looking at my video will encourage others to take the questionnaire whether it’s on paper or a video. It’s a great mental exercise! Let me know what you think ❤️ #thisiswhatdepressionlookslike

I hope I did ok! Haha ✨❤️

Mental Health Awareness challenge ❤️

I figured I’ll start the month off with a few thoughts of my own. Hopefully this encourages all of you to express what mental health awareness means to you. Enjoy ❤️ #thisiswhatdepressionlookslike

Remember if you’ll like to be featured this month for the, “What does mental health awareness mean to you?” challenge, feel free to reach out to me on any social media outlet! #thisiswhatdepressionlookslike